Aglaia Kremezi kindly sent a link to her own explorations of pasticcio, which she describes as “our version of Macaroni and Cheese, a comforting filling dish that mothers bake for their kids even when they are grownups …”
A breed of pigs, well known as far back as 1338, almost vanished in the 1960s. Now it’s back, and it’s delicious.
Catching up after being away, with fatbergs, soap and water and stuff about food and culture. Watery cucumbers too.